Saturday, September 24, 2011

Excited About Local History? We've Got A Photo Workshop for You!

We've got a great photography workshop program for beginners/intermediates coming up that is perfect for someone interested in getting more into photography and local history. 

The workshop program is called STROLLING THROUGH MEDFORD HISTORY and offers two different walking photography tours in Medford Village. Creative Genius is offering this workshop for students who want to learn more about effective composition, creativity, camera details and history all during a fun walking tour. Space is limited to allow each attendee to get the most out of the workshop tour.
Two workshop dates are available and the tour for each one is different.
Tour One is Saturday, October 1st from 9-11:30am
Tour Two is Saturday, November 5th from 9am-11:30am.
Each tour is a modest $ 30 per person which includes all instruction, tour highlights and information.

Pre-registration is required to attend the workshops. For more information, contact Julie at 609-714-1131 or via email at


Friday, September 2, 2011

September is Blueberry Month at Creative's why...

My assistant Reece and I were checking out some holiday websites and came up with a fun idea for our September Sale. We discovered that September is Blueberry Popsicle Month. Naturally that has zero relevance to what we do here at Creative Genius but we molded things to fit what works for Blueberry Popsicle Month turned into a SEPTEMBER BLUE SALE. Clients receive 15% anything BLUE in the gallery for the month of Sept (discounted treasures excluded since they are already on sale). 

And on September 20th from 6-9pm we're having BLUEBERRY NIGHT, an open house for those who can't make the sale or those who just want to enjoy some goodies. Blueberry themed baked goods will be the refreshment of the night (and maybe even some blueberry themed beverages too! ). Baked goods will be provided by CARTER CAKE CREATIONS. If you have never tried their baked items, all I can say is YUM! 
Blueberries seem like a decent excuse for a sale and an open house, don't they? :)